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Dog Behavior Series 9 – Why Do Dogs Growl?
If you are looking for help treating your dog’s behavioral issues, or just curious about why your dog does what he does, then this Behavioral Series is for you. This segment focuses on why dogs growl. So, why do dogs growl?Dog Behavior Series 8 – Why Do Dogs Lick and Bite Themselves?
If you are looking for help treating your dog’s behavioral issues, or just curious about why your dog does what he does, then this Behavioral Series is for you. This segment focuses on why dogs lick and bite themselves. So, why do dogs lick and bite themselves?5 Ideas for Christmas Gifts for Your Pet Dog
Our pets are as much a part of the family as any human, and Christmas can be the perfect occasion to splash out on a little treat for them too. There is now a large number of pet supplies retailers out there offering a range of Christmas themed gifts for your dog, so you are sure to find something that is ideal for your four legged friend. Our first suggestion for a doggy gift this Christmas is investing in a special advent calendar for your pet. These can not only make for a fantastic decoration, but will ensure that your dog gets a treat every day in the build up to Christmas Day, just like all the children in the household are.5 Key Training Tips for First Time Dog Parents
Training your dog is one of the first steps in early interaction and bonding between you. Making this effort is part of getting to know your new loved one, and time for him to get to know you. Whether it’s housebreaking, proper dog walking or basic command practice, it’s never too early to start learning tools for teaching your pet necessary skills. Here are some tips on how to train your dog for beginners.How Do I Keep My Dog Warm in the Winter?
As the nights draw in and the weather gets colder, you’ll want to make sure your dog is kept warm during the winter. Whether they have short hair or long, there’s nothing a dog likes more than to snuggle up in a warm place. Don’t forget that walk out in the cold either, some dogs don’t mind the chilly weather but others need an additional thermal layer just like us humans.